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Chef Marcus Samuelssohn learned in culinary school that French cuisine is the gold standard of cooking. One day, he realized that "somebody lied."

The musician talks about finding deliciousness while on tour, and about trying to alter her brain, in the wake of a bad breakup. Turns out the story also reveals something about her eating habits.

What can an iconic Chicago restaurant tell us about segregation and the Great Migration? Poet and South Side native Nate Marshall joins Dan live on stage in Chicago to perform his poetry and discuss.

Ann Kim’s parents disowned her for becoming an actor. When she switched dreams, she didn’t tell them. When she opened her first restaurant, crowds came, then awards came. But would her parents?

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Mimi Sheraton discusses sex and marriage, including the two times she eloped. Plus, pastry chef Jacques Torres debates the merits of frozen Milky Way bars.

In part two of our special series Ask Mimi, legendary food critic Mimi Sheraton discusses being a working mother, eating alone, and mac and cheese. Plus Brendan Francis Newnam argues against brunch.

In this special four-part series, legendary food writer Mimi Sheraton offers advice on food and life to callers and celebrity guests. This week: critical mothers, edible weed, and grandparenthood.

The two comics are old friends, but how well do they really know each other's eating quirks? Plus, Dan reveals what comedians have taught him about food.